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Lots to do in our area on this Easter weekend

Music and Easter for this third weekend of April. The weekend includes a tribute to John Denver Saturday night at The Floyd Country Store.  The Friday Night Jamboree, Bluegrass music at Wildwood and a strong lineup of bands at Dogtown and Buffalo Mountain Brewery provide choices for varied musical tastes. Good Friday also brings warnings

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Music, fun and a grand opening

Busy weekend in and around Floyd County and Southwestern Virginia.  Also, tax day approaches at the beginning of next week (for those who make enough money to owe taxes). This weekend is also Grand Opening Time for the rejuvenated County Sales, the place to find the best collection of Old Time and Bluegrass musical recordings

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Good music & lots more for the weekend

After incredibly warm winter weather for this start of February, cooler weather returns for this second weekend of the Valentine month. Music — a constant here in our part of the Blue Ridge — provides The Friday Night Jamboree, the Jeff Little Trio at the Country Store on Saturday night along with Brad & the

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Musings

Friday the 13th & ‘Midnight at the Oasis’

This second weekend of October 2017 kicks off with a Friday the 13th.  Be careful out there. The weekend also bring “Midnight at the Oasis” wafting through the air along South Locust Street in Floyd when Maria Muldaur appears at Dogtown Roadhouse on Saturday at 8 p.m. Plenty of music throughout the area, including Music

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Musings

A benefit to help Hurricane Matthew victims

Time to help out those displaced and worse from Hurricane Levy.

Benefit for Our Neighbors, the Hurricane Victims on Tuesday, October 11 at Dogtown Roadhouse, from 6Pm un till 10 PM.

Lineup includes, Addie Levy & Friends, Bob Silcox, Dave Fason, Janet Turner and friends, , Seph Custer, Carrie Hinkley and Virginia Hollow, Little Shiver, Bob Grubel and Friends, and Music Road Co. with Luke Thomas, Jake, Janiah and John.

Admission is $5.00 or more.

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